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>I finish The Word, and the planes ripple as Ao is ripped out of existence.
>Almost immediately, Kord and Olidammara burt through one of the walls of Dagon's sanctum, and procede to kick him around as only the epic tag team of the God of Facepunching and the God of Backstabbing can.
>As we watch the battle, the pieces fall into place.
>Dagon was the stillborn son of Ao - Ao couldn't bring himself to rein him in out of guilt, and actively protected him. In order to eliminate Dagon, Ao had to be removed.
>the Kord/Olidammara duo eliminate Dagon in short order, and turn to the pair of Clerics.
>Kord speaks: "Your parts were played perfectly, and it was only thanks to you that we could do this. Unfortunately, the knowledge of how to destroy a god is not something we can leave in mortal hands."
>the Temple Raider tries to turn and run, gets backstabbed by Olidammara, and insta-gibbed.
>Knowing my death is coming, I look my god in the eye, and challenge him to an arm-wrestling match for my life.
>God of Competition and Strength that he is, he can't refuse. He shrunk himself to my size, and we squared up on a block of stone.
>Kord chooses to humor me for a moment, and actually rolls for the first round - it is a 1. Seeing my chance, I blow the only Str. trick I have left, my domain power, and roll. It's a dismal 5. I use my other domain power, my luck re-roll, and smile as the re-roll comes up 20 - not enough to beat him, but enough to match him.
> For one glorious moment, for a few precious seconds - my character matched his god - the God of Strength, in an arm-wrestling match.
>Then his power expired, and Kord stopped playing around. Kord actually used his divine strength and I rolled a 2 for the second round of fighting.
>Kord mashed his arm into the ground so hard and fast that he was atomized.